Its incredible that so much of Darwin's history is hidden and this is one of those bits of history. The initial talk with the guide was both interesting and informative.
Yes you have to pay but there has to be upkeep as the tunnels flood and water seeps in, I was happy with the price and to pay for the brochure; Also bought a hat and pin as well.
I agree that the lighting on the information boards requires updating as do the boards themselves. There is so much more you can achieve these days, hope there's a volunteer out there that can assist them.
This does not take away from the history and the feeling as you walk through the tunnels, well worth 30-45 mins of your time dependant on how much you stop and read.
Well worth the visit despite the bits that could these days be presented more clearly.
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